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have differences. i'm from kansas city, which during my entire childhood was known as the gateway to the west. and he was from st. louis, which cut the government to build a big gateway arch and started calling itself the gateway to the west. i didn't really blame them. and for that they were not as mound citycamorra service to to depression, mound of work? so you can't blame them really, although we don't agree it is the gateway to the west. we think of st. louis is the exit from the east. [laughter] there's some similarities between t.s. eliot and me. we both use foreign language in our poetry. he tends to use sanskrit. i don't use much sanskrit. i don't actually know much sanskrit. as one of those kids who got a got a new to during sanskrit class in kansas city, sort of look out the window. [laughter] i use yiddish sound. i think it's fair to say that t.s. eliot was not partial to yiddish. my shortest palm using skittish. they shortest palm is called something like the societal political and philosophical implications of the o.j. simpson trial. title does that count in the link
yachted and i are the missouri school of poetry. [laughter] we have differences. i'm from kansas city. [laughter] which during my entire childhood was known as the gateway to the west. and he's from -- he was from st. louis, which got the government to build a big gateway arch and started calling itself the gateway to the west before that they were known as mound city, which always drew the question, mound of what? [laughter] so you can't blame them, really. although we don't think it as the gateway of the as west. we think of if it as the exit from the east. [laughter] there's some similarities between tsl elliot and me. we both use foreign language in our poetry. he tends to use san san crypt. i don't use much of that. i actually don't know much of that language. i was one of the kids that got dreaming during the sanskrit class in kansas city. [laughter] look out the window. i use yiddish though. [laughter] i think it's fair to say that tsl elliot was not partial to yiddish. i -- my shortest poem uses yiddish. my shortest poem was called something like "the societal, political, and
. we were in mid-70s all the way in kansas city and st. louis. the peak in kansas was the warmest you have ever seen in the month of january. that's the set up for what's going to happen today. it's a severe weather outbreak like in march or april. you are going to see a lot of moisture and warm air and a storm with a lot of cold air behind it. it's going to trigger possible tornadoes today. arkansas is at greatest risk. i'll show you that in a second. in dallas, you walk outside, it's 70 degrees. 67 in kansas city. already a record high at the stroke of midnight in kansas city. that's how unusually warm it is. be careful, snow in northern minnesota. it's this area of red, the greatest concern for tornadoes today. the state of arkansas, little rock, pine bluff down to northern louisiana back up to memphis. this is after dark. that's what makes it especially dangerous. the late night severe weather events. it's typically, when we look back and get the most fatalities. hopefully we will avoid it tonight. >> thanks so much, bill. straight ahead on this tuesday morning, a queen advocates
right now in kansas city with google. are you supportive of that project? how does that project plate into the politics of abundance? >> i do not work with google. let me give you my interpretation. blair's broadband plan --they said, let's see if we can do this in kansas city. it is tremendous when a business empowers people in its own shops and have that kind of initiative. it is resonating in other cities and states as well. they are following their own method to get similar results. >> they have announced a deployment that i think -- not as large as the google in kansas city, similar in terms of scope. chattanooga has a gigabit deployment. chicago recently put out a request for information. the city wants to deploy gigabit in various parts of the cities and deliver innovation and goods and services. they got a number of responses. the groups i have worked with are working with a number of universities. they recognize that broadband is not an entertainment cool. it it is an economic development will. we will need bigger quantities if we want at -- to be at the forefront of the nex
in kansas city, 30s, you would say it was a march day, maybe early april. this is the heart of winter where we're this warm in the middle of the country. the jet stream was over the west that was just this huge dip with all the energy and rain that went through southern california and arizona. that is all on the move. when that hits the really warm air in the midwest today, we'll get a rare january severe weather outbreak, possibly tornadoes. we hit the high in kansas city at midnight by 5 degrees. it's crazy. you don't hear of stuff like that. because of all that and the big storm coming through, we have a severe weather risk coming through, the state of arkansas has to watch out for tornadoes later on tonight. nothing like that in the west. we're watching actually a calmer weather forecast. although with the jet stream still diving down, we still have energy coming through the west. a few showers from seattle to portland. boise and salt lake city dealing with a little rain and snow mix depending on your elevation. it's quieter on the west than in the heartland, that's heart to . all the w
told to hit the road. >>> slick roads and icy conditions are making it tough for drivers in kansas city. police responded to a number of crashs and a number of cars sliding off the roads. light snow and flurries continued throughout the overnight hours with temperatures falling well into the teens. mike. >> yeah. >> the drivers were told to avoid the slick conditions and stay off the roads. but who list tones that. bab -- listens to that. you are lamenting the loss of andy reid. >> it's tough. who is going to fill his position? >> well, there is the question. >> change for the sake of change never works. >> the devil you know versus the devil you don't. >> bel air not dealing with the snow or ice we showed you in kansas city. it's 40 degrees. it's mild. and a lot of locations are into the upper 30s to around 40 degrees. that is impressive map. this tells the tale. it's 11 degrees milder than where we were yesterday morning. so that gives you an idea. yes, pretty mild and the cloudsfor the overnight kept the heat from yesterday from escaping in the atmosphere. and call it the radiational
of the examples you put in your book is what's happening right now in kansas city with google. are you supportive of that project? how does that project play into the politics of abundance? >> guest: so i don't work at google, let me give you my interpretation of it. they read blair's broadband plan that said why can't we have a 10x or 100x improvement in broadband, and then they said, well, let's just see if we can't demonstrate that in kansas city. i think it's tremendous when a business empowers people in its own shop to have that kind of initiative. but as blair will tell you, it is resonating in other cities and states as well, and they are following their own methods to get to very similar results. >> guest: that's right. last week i was in seattle with the mayor at the university of washington announcing a gigabit deployment that i think will be -- it's not as large as the google deployment in kansas city, but is similar in terms of scope. chattanooga has a gigabit deployment. the mayor of chicago, rahm emanuel, recently put out a request for information saying the city wanted to deploy gi
. >> angela sims, who teaches ethics and black church studies in kansas city, missouri spent two years interviewing african-americans who grew up in what theologian james cohen callsed chate the shadow of the lynching tree. they lived in fear of one. or in the case of 92-year-old willie matthew thomas, narrowly escaped being lynched. >> so one of them said, look, we going to hang him or not? and they said, sure we're going to hang him. so he made up the noose, and they put it round my neck. and i -- i remembered in the bible it speak about how they treated jesus, and they said, "they led him away to be crucified." they led me away to be crucified, to be hung. >> thomas was saved when a white man, who knew his family, showed up with a shotgun and intervened. dr. sims got the idea for her project when she heard a speech about lynching by retired minister the reverend wallace hartsfield, sr. now 83, he was only eight or nine living in georgia when he peered from behind a curtain and saw a mob. >> they had taken the man out, and they had used his body for gun practice, and then they had ha
in a day. kansas city, 30 degrees colder, cut bank, montana, 40 degrees colder. in chicago where today it was 63, by thursday it will be 18. there's an explanation for all of it, but it is a wild 24 hours. we begin with weather channel's mike seidel outside the weather in little rock. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. the dip in the jet stream, a kink leading to unusually warm temperatures today and firing up the first widespread severe weather outbreak with tornados so far in 2013. tonight, we have tornado watches in five states. more will be issued overnight, and tomorrow so far no twisters reported, just wind damage. but a long way to go. take a look at the record warmth today. kansas city hitting 68 after midnight, way above average. and in chicago, the coats, scarves, gloves came off yesterday. temperatures were in the 40s, last week had a high of 11 in chicago. 63 set a record. that's more than 30 degrees above average. back to the forecast for the storms. crossing the mississippi river tonight, keep an eye out in indianapolis and nashville after midnight for danger
in the midwest, ask them what the weather was like yesterday. it was crazy. mid to upper 70s in kansas city and st. louis. one of the warmest january days ever. it is literally a march day. we are going get nasty thunderstorms. at this hour, 66 degrees in kansas city. their record high is 63. they broke the record high at midnight, which is unheard of. chicago is at 57 and getting close to their record high. we have the ingredients for a severe weather outbreak. through the morning, oklahoma city to tulsa down to dallas, we watch the storms popping up there. later on this afternoon and tonight, they head through this area of red. a chance of tornadoes. most of these storms will be after dark. you don't know the tornado is on top of you until you hear it. pine bluff to northern louisiana, a deadly situation. if you have friends and family that live there, make sure they are aware of the dangers there. all of our friends, mississippi, alabama, georgia through the carolinas, you shouldn't have many tornadoes to deal with but strong storms and gusty winds that could fall anywhere. the forecast
highlighted the area in the middle of the country. it was 74 degrees in january in kansas city. one degree away from the all-time warmest temperature ever recorded in january. and topeka kansas saw their warmest day they've ever had in january. that warmth was widespread from texas to florida. now, here's the setup for the march-like severe weather outbreak. huge dip in the jet. we have a lot of rich moisture coming out of the gulf, this is just a setup for the severe storms starting this morning and then going all the way through wednesday night before it exits the east coast. already this morning, we set a record high at midnight. record high 63. 67 in the middle of the night. crazy. as far as the radar goes, not a lot right now. we had the snow through the northern plains last night. some freezing rain problems up there in north portions of the great lakes but the severe tomorrow storms will come later today. as this front begins to progress, the lighter areas of to oklahoma city, dallas is where the storms will form later this morning and then they'll sweep through arkansas especially
and the cooler air is going to start settling into the plains as you go through the weekend. 54 in kansas city. 58 in chicago. some rain will move into the east coast later today, but it will lighten up in intensity. it's not going to be the heavy downpours that we saw across louisiana yesterday. and it warms up on the east coast. 36 in kansas city. and we drop down to the 20s in minneapolis. the warmup is short lived in the middle of the country. in the east coast it will last until next week. >>> it's the cia versus the l.a.p.d. at the box office this weekend. after being in a limited release the past few weeks, "zero dark thirty" is going live off its nominations but the gangster quad may take first place thanks to box office draws of ryan gosselin and emma stone. >>> what does a 9-year-old quevenzhane wells want to do once nominated for a best actress oscar? do what any 9-year-old would want to do. she's the best actress nominee ever. >>> in case you didn't know it, justin bieber fans, no-no bounds. they're accusing the 18-year-old double ganger of posing as the singer. he said he's not in
're kansas city based and the lead vocalist from psycho sick is joining us "right this minute" from kansas city, missouri. is that your dog? >> they're actually not my dogs. >> why does this dog like socks so much? ♪ give me that sock >> in their dna. in their blood. these dogs are very hyper, very energetic. the brown one you see is constantly having you throw stuff at it and he's constantly fetch it. that's how the song came to be. >> no explanation about sock, but why make the video about them making socks? >> seeing a version of that while playing with them. ♪ pick up the sock, then tloep the sock ♪ >> josh sitting next to him our guitarist and said, we need to record this. if was very natural. >> the song is also available for purchase on your website. you can buy "dogs like socks" for only 99 cents. >> love it. >> were you like a heavy metal band doing serious metallica stuff and then you started writing funny tunes to this music? >> we were always comedy. it felt natural, because we love metal. nobody's really doing this. writing "dogs like socks "aout there. why not? it just
game tragedy in kansas city. >> right jon: with the football player who killed himself and then his girlfriend. you spoke of a gun culture >> right jon: and... quoted jason whitt lock a columnist from kansas city and now writes for the fox sports website who never mentioned the second amendment or gun control but talked about a gun culture which i do believe exists. it's an attitude toward guns. obviously i think any sane person believes that we ought not to have high capacity magazines and assault rifles and that there ought to be background checks. you should be in a country where 40% of the gun purchases are done without a background check, where it's so easy to circumvent the existing laws. we can tighten all that stuff up without repealing the second amendment >> jon: how do you define it very quickly? >> you know what? i'm not exactly sure what sane is, but i know a lot of what i heard in the after math is insane >> jon: what did it feel like to be in the epicenter of i guess you became the polarizing magnet in the gun control argument even though that was not the argument you
want some actual perspective on this. well, a bit of it comes from the kansas city base writer jason whitlock, with whom i do not always agree but today said it so well that we may as well just quote or paraphrase from the end of his article. our current gun culture ensures that more and more domestic disputes will end in the ultimate tragedy. but here is what i believe. if belcher didn't possess a gun, they would both be alive today. >> the attacks from the right were fast and furious. >> bob costas based on the standards of our society today deserves to be fired for these remarks. >> how come costas gets to express his opinion during half-time of sunday night football? the answer is simple because that's the opinion of his bosses. he gets to express the opinion because they're with nbc. >> let's go back to early december. belcher of the kansas city chiefs kill himself and his girlfriend. you decide to use your half-time commentary to address it. did any part of you say maybe i shouldn't get into this? >> yes. not because i didn't think it was an appropriate subject. had it involved
by almost a full percent. if you are a dow theorist, you need that confirmation. kansas city southern beat on the bottom line. to bertha coombs now. >> freeportmcmoran came in ahead of expectations, revenues ahead of expectations, and it also said on the call that controversial $9 billion deal for the two energy companies sthash that it will not be put to a shareholder vote and they expect the deal to close in the second quarter. >>> sales of existing homes down in the recent month? what does that say about the health of the housing market now? diana is in washington, d.c. hi. >> tyler, the story is what you are not seeing on this street behind me, that's a for sale sign. home sales are falling because the number of homes for sale are falling. we're now at 1.82 million homes on the market, that's down 22% from a year ago. at the current sales pace, that's a 4.4 month supply. the lowest since may of 2005. in raw numbers we have not seen this few homes for sale in over a decade. 2.7 million borrowers are still underwater on their mortgages, investors have also eaten up most of the distressed
. it is important what commissioner marshall spoke to earlier, and echo about the tragedy in kansas city. we are talking about the 22-year-old mother who was killed and leaves a three-month-old baby. that is with these conversations are about. even though we are in a staffing crisis, the mayor and the people who sit on these chairs will address this but we are still down about 300 officers. thank you for your comments and the material beverly upton who keeps moving around back there. concerning our most vulnerable. in october we built a space in our most secure floor, behind locked doors, a place for children, and many of the folks behind me contributed to making it nice. everybody has been sitting together, we are altogether all the time anyway. in october, domestic violence, elder abuse, missing persons, juvenile violence, came together under one roof. a putting the human trafficking task force regional effort. even though we are in the middle of hiring 1000 officers over the next six years, a critical piece of that and i will read this draft, officers convicted of domestic violen
as everyone is getting ready for the big game on sunday. cold air across the plane's right now. 41 in kansas city. only in the teens right now in denver. we will get some rocky weather, possibly thunderstorms in the area. tracking that cold front with thunderstorms already pushing its way through oklahoma and eastern kansas and missouri as well. there could be severe weather possible today into tomorrow. let's put the futurecast in motion. starting wednesday morning, a lot of clouds in the area. a couple of sprinkles for the overnight. it looks like our shower chances will increase through the afternoon. the cold front is likely to pass by through the evening hours. that is what we could have thunderstorms through the area. potentially on the gusting side. we will keep an eye on whether or not we said -- we extend that severe threat into maryland. showers will head out to our east into thursday morning. snow showers will be possible well out into garrett county. here is the forecast for tonight. mostly cloudy skies, a sprinkle possible. very mild overnight as the temperatures dipped only int
but we will be seeing more of the same. that is some clouds, but look at the mild air to our west. kansas city, 74 degrees. houston, texas, 79 degrees. wichita not only set the record but it was the highest temperature for the month of june. a lot of spots setting record high temperatures, and some of the warmth will be coming our way briefly. look at how much hot temperatures are above average. over the next coming 24 hours there was a patch of moisture and iciness. we will get an idea of some of the cloudiness around us. here is a future cast. some milder air, almost warm air coming in. as we get into wednesday, there is a chance of some showers maybe even a rare thunderstorm. right back as we head into february. some patchy fog around tomorrow, but temperatures well above freezing. temperatures tomorrow are above average, the mid to high 50's. the day of action on wednesday with temperatures into the 60's, but later in the evening showers, possibly a thunder shower, and i know everybody is desperately wanting to know what happened on groundhog's day. i do not know what happened, but th
, raining in chicago, st. louis and kansas city. wintry west of the rockies, with snow in the mountains. and rain from seattle to l.a. >>> it's another day of spring-like temperatures along the east coast. much of florida will be in the 80s. warmer, too, in the midwest. fargo will be 37, instead of the usual 18. much cooler in l.a., with a high in the mid-50s. >>> when we come back this morning, why half the houses in america could be getting a huge break on their winter heating bills. good news. >> yes. >>> then, a new token of our affection. you get to vote as monopoly dumps a classic playing piece for something shiny and new. >>> and the biggest show in san diego today is in black and white. a baby panda meets his public. >>> welcome back, everybody. well, aig has had some second thoughts about suing the federal government over the bailout that saved the company. the insurance giant has decided not to join a lawsuit that claims shareholders were hurt because aig got too little taxpayer money in the deal. aig, of course, was rescued with $182 billion taxpayer, in 2008. and has paid th
be an isolated tornado, as well. meanwhile, raining in chicago, st. louis and kansas city. wintry west of the rockies, with snow in the mountains. and rain from seattle to l.a. >> it's another day of spring-like temperatures along the east coast. much of florida will be in the 80s. warmer, too, in the midwest. fargo will be 37, instead of the usual 18. much cooler in l.a., with a high in the mid-50s. >>> when we come back this morning, why half the houses in america could be getting a huge break on their winter heating bills. good news. >> yes. >>> then, a new token of our affection. you get to vote as monopoly dumps a classic playing piece for something shiny and new. >>> and the biggest show in san diego today is in black and white. a baby panda meets his public. i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. cal
the temperatures. 52 in washington, d.c. today. 64 in kansas city. look at how temperatures change tomorrow. 21 in minneapolis on saturday. 36 in kansas city. but 62 in washington, d.c. in fact, the nation's capital will be close to 70 degrees by sunday and even in the northeast we should see a lot of 60s showing up on the maps. so it's not going to be all that sunny in the northeast, but at least it will be mild. >> that's unbelievable. 60 degrees in january. >> it's awesome. i love it. >> thank you. >>> justin bieber has a doppleganger. >>> and justin tim ber lake and beyonce have big plans to share with everyone. you're watching "first look." [ male announcer ] rocky had no idea why dawn was gone for so long... ...but he'd wait for her forever, for any reason, and would always be there with the biggest welcome home. for a love this strong, dawn only feeds him iams. compared to other leading brands, it has 50% more animal protein. ...to help keep rocky's body as strong as a love that never fades... if he ever lets her leave again. iams. keelove strong. >>> obama's nominee for treasury secreta
the bottom of my heart. i am very proud to be emily. >> good morning. i was raised the kansas city, missouri. when i think of morning i expect a response. good morning. i am from kansas city. i have gotten to work at image list for several years were i was able to support and recruit candidates -- emily's list for several years where i was able to support and recruit candidates. the results are always there. when anything i was asked to do was to step up. this year i got to serve on the presidential election campaign. many people ask how you deal with women's outreach into is the money. i often say i came by it honestly. i stand here on the shoulders of the women who come before here who never thought they could see an african-american president. stand up. who is emily? i am family. i know all of you are and millie, it too. -- emily, too. >> good morning. you might be surprised to hear a man named jack say "i am emily." i work at the gay and lesbian victory fund. we learned a lot from them is less about how to recruit and support candidates. -- emily's list about how to recruit and support c
in kansas city has been tweeting us about the 49ers and i said when is the last time the kansas city chiefs won who was playing? starting quaterback was joe montana, starting running back was...form former raider marcus allen. so that was fund. we are having fun with the super bowl. it is great to have your team in the super bowl. you have bragging rights across the country. this. on, we are looking at from the camera in the hills looking down on emeryville, the bay, over to san francisco, a gorgeous start. live doppler 7 hd shows the day could be the last day we do not need rain gear. we have rain in the forecast tomorrow. frosty inland, santa rosa and fairfield and concord 31 to 32 and livermore close to 34. redwood city at 37, and san francisco at 47. frosty 31 in gilroy. today, high clouds, the last mild day and light showers for all of us tomorrow, and possibility of wet weather this weekend and cooler temperatures. above average today, with highs eight degrees warmer than average in livermore and oakland and san francisco and napa at five, low-to-mid 60's everywhere with thicker and h
north to scranton, pennsylvania. 75 in kansas city. new orleans, 76 degrees. a lot of that wants will move into the mid-atlantic. we will track that in just a couple of minutes. >> a late-night shooting in southwest baltimore leads a 32- year-old man dead and police are on the lookout for a person who pulled the trigger. it happens just before midnight on sunday. police tell us that is where they found terry williams line on the ground suffering from several gunshot wounds. he died a short time later at shock trauma. police in anne arundel county have arrested three people in a weakened homicide and two of the suspects are a father and daughter. 48-year-old eric bank is awaiting a court appearance, but his daughter erica is already behind bars. it happened just after 4:00 in a wooded area. preliminary investigation reveals the victim was involved in an ongoing dispute with the 27-year-olds erica. her father is charged with first-degree murder. police are still trying to figure out why the suspects and the victim were together. city police have identified the officer and suspect i
, temperatures have just fallen 27 degrees in a day. kansas city, 30 degrees colder. cut bank, montana, 30 degrees colder. in chicago, where it was 63. by thursday, it will be 18. there is an explanation for all of it, but it is a wild 24 hours. we begin with weather channel meteorologist mike seidel, who is out ahead of some of the violent weather in little rock tonight. hey, mike, good evening. >> reporter: hey, good evening, brian. the big dip in the jetstream, a big kick leading to those unusually warm temperatures today. and also firing up the first widespread severe weather outbreak for tornadoes so far in 2013. tonight, we have tornado watches in five state, more issued overnight tonight and tomorrow. so far, no twisters reported, just some wind damage. but a long way to go take a look at the record warmth today. kansas city hitting 68 just after midnight. way above average. and in chicago, the coats, the scarves, the gloves came off. yesterday, temperatures were in 40. last week 11 in chicago. 63 set a record. more than 30 degrees above average. back toot forecast for the storms. c
. >> it's changed geographically. new orleans, kansas city style, that's a city. chicago style, that's a city. east coast, new york. while there was a san francisco style they called it west coast school. so we're just part of the evolution guys that came out of here. >> thanks for playing this morning you certainly made our morning. >> you know history is repeating itself because my youngest son is playing with me tonight. he's from san francisco. and he's doing all the kinds of things i used to do here. played jazz, classical joints everything. so he's going to be playing with me too. >> go tonight and listen to the brubech's then. -- brubechs then. >>> we have a look at ben crosby getting ready for an appearance nearly 40 years ago. >>> a conversation with trumpeter herb albert. >>> though often referred to as a crooner, ben crosby began as a crooner. in august 1977 two months before he died, crosby held his last concert in the united states at the concord pavilion. and that's where ktvu's vern hopkins talked to him. >> reporter: with more than 4,000 records, 60 movies and countle
of the death of a kansas city resident, adell hall. that passing is so personally sad -- saddens me because adell hall is such a person, a person with such optimism and so engaged in improving the lives of others. kansas city in fact lost one of their greatest champions when adell hall passed away. she was a longtime resident of kansas city, and adell was well known and well loved, highly respected for her acts of service and kindness to others. when she wasn't serving on a board of a nonprofit, she was raising funds for a worthy cause or volunteering with children. my guess is that she probably was doing all those things at once. adell, i'm sure had the financial resources to live a life different than in service to others, but she chose to commit her life to making sure that others had the chance for success that she had. she grew up in lincoln, nebraska, and she was an avid -- i'm wearing red today in her honor -- she was an avid nebraska fan, but there in nebraska she learned the importance of giving back by watching her own parents volunteer, especially with the salvation army. as a yo
because it's not just a matter can be solved with an enlightened church. the killing in kansas city, a football player, his wife and himself. three or 4 nfl players say they carry a gun and with basketball players the same. somewhere we're sitting around watching san francisco play miami excited who will win that game. of the tens of thousands that watch those games those role models on the field are not ministers. those athletes have a role to play in diffusing this crisis in our culture. those that do music and art and attract by the thousands. we pay to hear them sing and watch them perform. they must lift their art above deck dance and inspire and something blowing in the wind and can't recycle our worse fears. our nation has become much too violent. we're the most violent nation on earth. we make of the most guns and we shoot them. we make the most bombs and we drop them. in this state unions larger than the teacher union and building first class jails and second class schools and [inaudible] stop the problem. each out and convene the family is the first step in the
, athletic and runs the ball well. it was emotional. he had never had a playoff game victory. now from kansas city he is now trying to pick up that first play off w the falcons, he is going to go to the hall of fame in this, he is a winner in the post season. the atlanta falcons. now, it is 4.5 to favored but atlanta will have the home field the advantage. tony gonzales. and it would be pretty nice for the harbaugh brothers. the baltimore ravens. peyton manning, the denver broncos baltimore pulls it out. the father was also a coach what a weekend! >> he was excited. that we had one of those days where indiana beat minnesota in a big basketball game. we watched the games and it was thrilling for the ravens. my parents are in their 70's. there is a lot of action it is like going back to back to back. several episodes in a row. >> indian of basketball. tom green is married to one of the horrible sisters. and also bob will stay until 2016. he was the a manager the-manager of the year. >> and also buster posy saying that he does not want to play the world came because of a possible injury. ryan vo
was 94. >>> in sports, we begin with the autopsy results on kansas city chief linebacker jovan belcher. tests show belcher was legally drunk in december when he shot and killed girlfriend kasandra perkins and then took his own life at arrowhead stadium. he had a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit in missouri. >>> next to college basketball, louisville the new number one team had a convincing win in connecticut. the cardinals won 11 straight games 73-58 against unranked uconn. and number four kansas got 17 points from ben mcelmore when they demolished unranked baylor. the jayhawked won the game. at the australian open, serena williams injured her right ankle but she got it wrapped and went on to win in straight sets in less than an hour. amazing feat there. >>> after the broncos playoff loss to baltimore, tim tebow's brother peter tweeted, quote, am i the only one in denver who is happy right now? his brother won a playoff game for denver. peter tebow later apologized for that tweet. >> announcer: "early today" sports is brought to you by just for men mustache and beard
. you shut up too! all those trips to kansas city to see your poor old crippled mother and you! your honor get a hold of yourself. so this was your mother huh, you little two-timer playing around with him all the time. but i got you now, wait till the trial starts i'll throw the book at you. i'll give ya da works i'll salt you and him away for keeps. [scream] your honor the court is ready sir. here's your dough you can't fix this rap not for a million. not for all the dough in the country. your honor they tried to bribe you? yeah, image. wait till i tell this story to the press your honor. after this you're a synch to sit in the governor's chair. hey, don't you never say chair to me. i'm sorry your honor. you fool, you unmitigated abysmal fool. [music] if you had a body i would tear it apart. good thing you can do that trick. see him he's gotten worse. he's somebody i don't know anymore. what is it matt what's happened to fred. [music] it isn't as simple as diagnosing case of the measles. no thank you. it could be a throw back to his formative years his young years. his boyhood years
're looking at temperatures to get back into the mid-60s in kansas city. new orleans, about 73 degrees with most of the rain falling today. you could end up with about 2 to 3 inches of rain, then it will push east into atlanta. we could see a few late-day showers in the northeast, weakening at that point and clear out by the weekend. across the northeast, it looks like temperatures will be 15 to 20 degrees above average. that should stick around for saturday and sunday. >> i love it when you bring us good news. >>> just ahead -- who won big at the people's choice awards and lindsay lohan accused of stealing jewelry again. >>> you're watching "first look" on msnbc. the night it can be frustrating. it's hard to turn off and go back to sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as needed in the middle of the night when you can't get back to sleep. it's an effective sleep medicine you don't take before bedtime. take it in bed only when you need it and have at least four hours left for sleep. do not take intermezzo if you have had an allergic reaction to
indoors. it's going to be that way all day. look at kansas city, denver, chicago. the coldest air of this winter season is headed your way. the east coast, a little warmer, no problems there temperature-wise. we do have to deal with rain. it was pouring last night for new year's in some areas of east texas, houston, shreveport. the rain is trying to shift toward new orleans. we have rainy wet weather in areas of northern mississippi, streaming through tennessee and areas of the carolinas. that's where your wet weather's going to be on new year's day. here's a closer view of the radar. rain, no snow, no ice to deal with, anything like that. but kind of a rainy, gloomy start to your new year, especially northern mississippi, alabama, north georgia, as we go throughout the day. your new year's day forecast, first of 2013, no big storms out there on the way. it looks like a quiet start weather-wise to 2013. >>> minimum wage goes up in ten states today. a decent year for stocks. did you notice? plus 2012 was the safest year for air travel ever. you're watching "first look" on this firs
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